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Tourism industry shows the way to forge ahead


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This has been a wonderful year for the tourism industry in Sri Lanka. Naming the year as the ‘Visit Sri Lanka 2011’ year, the country has surpassed the targets set for the year and is likely to close on some 835,000 arrivals by the end of the year.


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